• Subject: RE: Transferring files from NT to System/36
  • From: Kirk Goins <KirkG@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 13:54:13 -0800

I'm coming in the middle here has anybody thought of DDM? SSP for the
M36 machine is easily setup for things like PASSTHRU and DDM. I'm in
take middle of getting data from a RS/6000 emulating a SYS/36 back on to
an AS/400 and for several reasons we elected to use the M36 desired
environment for the move.

DDM can be setup with either the file physically in the 400 world or
physically in the M36 world.

Let me know if I can help

---------------------------------
Kirk Goins
IBM Certified AS/400 Technical Solutions
Pacific Information Systems
503-290-2104
kirkg@pacinfosys.com
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> > > I have a real poser of a question here that has me stumped...  We
> run an AS/400 (Advanced series 436) here and have running a system/36
> as a sub system of our main system.  We use client access to access
> information on our AS/400 as well as a 5250 emulation software
> package.  As we are in the process of converting our existing
> applications, which are all in house applications over to the AS/400
> environment, most of our users are signing onto our system/36.  At the
> moment we receive flat ASCII files on a daily basis through an x400
> connection onto an NT Server.  The query that I have is how do I
> automate the process of transferring the files from the Server to our
> System/36 on the AS/400 so that they can be used by the existing
> applications which were coded in RPG 2.  I would be very grateful if
> somebody could help me out on this one.  The answer is probably
> staring me in the face but I have come to a dead end.
> 
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